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Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle

13 Apr 2020
@ 10:43 am (GMT)

Warwick Marflitt

Wouldn't you like this in the Safe......



https://www.trademe.co.nz/sports/hunting-shooting/rifles/centrefire/listing-2597131282.htm?rsqid=d319ec04346c47caaff0f4b303dc0a73-009

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28 Apr 2020
@ 06:42 pm (GMT)

Warwick Marflitt

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
First bid was $3000.00...................
30 Apr 2020
@ 01:57 pm (GMT)

Paul Leverman

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
But why? It's a replica. It's like a "kit" gun: "bit of polish, bit of paint, make it look what she aint". Don't see the reasoning behind the big price tag.
02 May 2020
@ 09:35 pm (GMT)

Warwick Marflitt

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
I don't know. Either someone wants one for sentiment. Or a Mates mate has bid on it ..... Who knows. Too many Cows bells maybe...Eh!
12 May 2020
@ 06:22 am (GMT)

Monterey Jack

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
$3K wow ! Is there a link to the sale ?

I have a real 1945T



Cheers
..MJ..
12 May 2020
@ 03:14 pm (GMT)

Paul Leverman

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
Very nice.
13 May 2020
@ 06:04 pm (GMT)

Warwick Marflitt

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
Thats a very tidy T Monterey..... It sold for $4,030.00!!!!!!

https://www.trademe.co.nz/sports/hunting-shooting/rifles/centrefire/listing-2597131282.htm?rsqid=d319ec04346c47caaff0f4b303dc0a73-009
13 May 2020
@ 06:36 pm (GMT)

Warwick Marflitt

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
13 May 2020
@ 06:37 pm (GMT)

Warwick Marflitt

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
13 May 2020
@ 08:57 pm (GMT)

Steve Wilson

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
Hi Guys,
If your impressed by the price of the replica No4T, then check out
what this original Canadian Long Branch went for on TradeMe.
NZD $14,751 !!!

https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=2612413219[b]
13 May 2020
@ 09:01 pm (GMT)

Steve Wilson

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
Sorry don't know how to get the link to work.
It was listing number 2612413219 on TradeMe.
14 Aug 2020
@ 11:30 am (GMT)

Monterey Jack

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
Sorry no replicas.



15 Aug 2020
@ 03:50 am (GMT)

John D Hays - New Mexico

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle

I don’t see anyone paying 4K for a replica. There must be more to that story. Interesting. I’d like to know.

I saw a couple of these 303 snipers for sale in the mid-1980s at a local gun shop. These cost just over $500 USD with scopes. In my wisdom I didn’t buy them.

Instead, I bought a half dozen Mark 3 and Mark 4 service rifles for $35 USD each. In my wisdom I gave 5 of them away to friends of the moment.

BTW, good luck on that containment, Mr. Jack.
28 Aug 2020
@ 05:37 am (GMT)

Monterey Jack

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
Well they are not going to ever be cheaper again.

I shoot them some more than others but they do get out there.



Cheers

08 Sep 2020
@ 01:31 pm (GMT)

Monterey Jack

Re: Replica of a British ww2 .303 sniper rifle no4 mk1 T Lee Enfield sniper rifle
Quote:

I don’t see anyone paying 4K for a replica. There must be more to that story. Interesting. I’d like to know.

I saw a couple of these 303 snipers for sale in the mid-1980s at a local gun shop. These cost just over $500 USD with scopes. In my wisdom I didn’t buy them.

Instead, I bought a half dozen Mark 3 and Mark 4 service rifles for $35 USD each. In my wisdom I gave 5 of them away to friends of the moment.

BTW, good luck on that containment, Mr. Jack.


Thank you but it just keeps getting worse. And my pictures are dropping ?



Son's family is almost sure their home is gone. They just can't get any real time information in ten days.

1945 M47 T with a 1945 #32 scope refurbished with new lens set by Peter Laidler. He was a real troop with help on parts and advice till his recent troubles.



I spent ten days at the Charles Hotel in Bronte in 1968. It was May and everyone was so nice to me. I wounder if it is still there? There was a VFW next door where I met some old guys. Had my first Foster's beer and I think it was sub zero. So were the inmates till I told them about the Digger 105mm batteries that supported us with the tubes level while they held their own. We had a BBQ a month later and the robbed us blind . That brought the house down. They came with two 3/4 ton 4X4DODGE trucks and a Jeep and left with three 3/4 Ton 4X4s and two Jeeps and several M14 rifles. They also scavenged a bundle of poncho liners. We laughed because they didn't have shit for supplies and they save our asses. Good On Ya Mates.

 

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